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to emerge about the n.s.a.'s massive surveillance programs. that government officials assured us they weren't listening to our calls or reading our emails. >> n.s.a. cannot target your emails. >> and have not. >> and have not. >> does the n.s.a. collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans. >> no sir. >> does the n.s.a. intercept americans' cell phone conversations. >> no. >> google searches. >> no. >> text messages. >> no. >> there is no spying on americans, we don't have a domestic spying program. >> are you telling the truth? it depends on your definition, i guess of truth. the narc times reports that the national supreme court administration is in fact searching the contents of vast amounts of americans email and text communications into and out of the country. that sounds like domestic spying to me. press secretary jay carney doubled down on the administration's loose definition of the word lying. >> joe schmo from kokomo wants to know if he sends and email overseas if it's being read, what do you say? >> it's not being read. the information targeted
" reported nsa is snooping on a broader range of americans who communicate with people overseas. this issthe director of nsa, reveals new steps to prevent another snowden from accessing america's top-secret, fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry with the report. >> reporter: general keith alexander, revealed a new step to crackdown, prevent computer administrator from leaking classified documents, revealing he slashing by 90% the nearly 1,000 systems administrators either employed by his agency or like snowden hired as contractors. >> what we're in the process of doing, not fast enough, reducing system by 9% for first -- 90% to make our networks more secure. >> reporter: nsa official told fox the agency had been planning the cuts before the leaks but is now accelerating them to reduce number of outside people with access to sensitive information. nsa officials saying that move will provide quote, greater grand layerty of data access control, supported with strong crypto graphic enforcement as president obama faces new questions about how extensive nsa surveillance programs are, a
correspondent has our report. >> reporter: general keith alexanderer the head of the nsa revealed a dramatic new step to crack down and prevent system administrators from leaking classified documents. revealingt at a cyber security conference he is slashing by 90% the nearly 1,000 systems administrators employed by his agency or hired as contractors. >> what we are in the process of doing not fast enough is reducing our system administrators by about 90% for the first reason which was to make our networks more defensible and more secure. >> reporter: an nsa official told fox the agency had been planning the cuts before the leaks but is now accelerating them to reduce the number of outside people with access to sensitive information. the nsa official saying the move will provide greater granularity of control. the move comes as president obama is facing new questions about how extensive the nsa surveillance programs are. after the "new york times" reported the nsa is searching the contents of vast amounts of american's e-mails and text communicati communications, not just if you are contacting a
, but in a report today is saying very much otherwise. "the new york times" reporting the nsa is searching e-mails and text messages sent to and from the united states. combine that with news the irs was altering details of investigations done by the drug enforcement adminisation, and my next guess says american civil liberties are under attack. seems like every other day there's a new development in the nsa, the snooping, the violation of the fourth amendment. talk to us about this new one where the nsa admits if an e-mail sent to and from, they're going look into the e-mail text, the text of the messages. >> looking at the text, looking at the met -- metta data. the obama administration released an internal report saying hundreds of millions of americans have had their stuff looked through and the foreign intelligence surveillance court toll the nsa to knock it off or they were violating things too regularly. to have obama in that next week say, oh, there's no domestic spying program, it shows not just his own kind of problem with voracity, these people operated without any control for so
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snowden did and what the nsa did to you. why are the closings a result of a failed foreign policy? now, a big money game, america's ballparks, wifi, those stories and more coming up on this hour of "markets now." ♪ >> three days in a row, market's dough, maybe four, a loss on the new york stock exchange, on the dow, stocks shaving off early gains, down 35 points, at the new york stock exchange, what are you looking at? >> dagen, first thing you noted, this could, in fact, be the fourth straight day of losses for the dow and the s&p. that's the longest losing streak of the year, 2013, dating back to december of last year, so if, in fact, we do finish lower on the dow and s&p, it will be the first time we had four straight days of losses. don't forget, coming off the six straight weeks of gains, and the bulls had a nice run hitting the record highs, but, certainly, profit taking has been underway. we've gotten in plenty of earnings, market moving events, and the dollar is lower today. dow jones industrials, names like caterpillar, microsoft doing well. up over 2%, american express, hom
the nsa is searching through the contents of fast troves of e-mail and text communications flowing into and out of the country. an unnamed senior official told the new york times the nsa is not only intercepting the communications of americans who are in touch with foreign targets -- a practice that has been acknowledged publicly -- they are also casting the net far wider to include those who cite information linked to foreign targets. is --mes reports the nsa according to the unnamed official, after the communications are scanned for keywords or other red flags, those that do not raise alarms are deleted. the entire process takes seconds . the practice is touched on in a document leaked by what edward snowden to the guardian about the nsa's powers under the 2008 foreign intelligence surveillance act. the document notes the nsa -- the revelations follow the announcement wednesday the president obama has canceled one-on-one talks with russian president vladimir putin early next month after the country granted temporary asylum to edward snowden. in a statement, the white house cited
, the reason the n.s.a. secret surveillance program could be big we than first shot. >> stunning sculpture unearthed earth that is almost 1,500 >> covering fremont, palo alto, north bay and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> we want to give you another look at the fire that is burning out of control in southern california. look at this, flames have scorched 6,000 acres. zero percent contained. new we evacuations have been ordered and 1,500 are out their home and a dozen structures are destroyed. the secret government surveillance program exposed by n.s.a. leaker edward snowden could be more broad than thought. today's "new york times" reports the n.s.a. is searching e-mails and text messages for those who mentionness about phoneers under surveillance. they thought the n.s.a. only looked for people in direct contact with phoneers unsurveillance. the n.s.a. is not directing the new report but a spokesman tells "new york times" this is lawful and only meant to gather information about foreigners, not americans. >> the navy is announcing the nuclear submarine damaged by fire a year ago will n
start on the n.s.a., great panel, ana kasparian, legendary cohost of "the young turks." >> that's right, legendary. >> on theyoungturks.com. things that should not have been forgotten were forgotten about how good she is. you should appreciate that lord of the rings reference. >> i got it. >> john iadrola. while you're on the web, hello, meteorite.com, noah roth man. i got away from your nickname, the roth man prophecies, which i've got to get back to. [ laughter ] cenk: all right. let's get started on the n.s.a. president obama was on the tonight show, talked to jay leno and talked about spying, really the journalist you want to talk about spying about. >> intelligence gathering is a critical component to counter terrorism. obviously with your mr. snowden and the disclosures of classified information, it's raised a lot of questions for people. a lot of these programs were put in place before i came in. i had skepticism and i think we should have a healthy skepticism about what government's doing. i had the programs reviewed. we put in some additional safeguards to make sure there is fe
on all the issues we're going to talk about. so let's start right off with the nsa program. i know some of it was covered in the previous panel, but i want to get into it, raj, a little bit how it actually works, and i'm talking about the metadata which was probably the biggest disclosure by edward snowden, the fact that millions and millions of records of americans' phone calls were being collected/stored. i'll let people use the word they want, by the nsa under a provision of the patriot action, section 215. raj, walk us through exactly how this program works in practice, who has access to it, what those records can be used for. >> sure. well, thanks, mike, and thanks to the aspen institute and to clark for pulling this all together. what i wanted to start out with is i firmly believe the u.s. government intelligence community, nsa in particular needs to be as transparent as possible consistent with our need to protect national security. and, obviously, it's that last piece that's the rub, and it makes it so difficult to talk about classified programs. but i would like to be as inform
next month. voters are angered i the allegations that the nsa targeted the massive spying program and the german government was complicit. the government is fighting back. >> germany's foreign intelligence service, ded, uses its installation in bavaria to survey the world. some of that information is shared with the national security agency from the u.s.. in parliament, a scandal. the social democrats want access. and it is the center-right that says that it was these social democrats who came up with the information sharing all they were in government. >> this agreement is based on a policy decision from the former chancellor and chief of staff. >> under chancellor gerhard schroeder, he was responsible for cord knitting the agencies. today he serves as the chief of a parliamentary group. this is seen as a campaign issue ahead of the general election next month. it cracks -- >> it is total hypocrisy for the spd to be outraged at the cooperation between the nsa and the dd. >> they say that the government is trying to dodge the implications. >> germany is one of the top arms exporte
with you. and no warrant is required. nsa official says: nsa signals intelligence activities? are designed to acquire, produce, and disseminate foreign intelligence information net capables and intentions or activities of foreign powers and their agents, foreign organizations, foreign persons, blah blah blah. and any immix indication that nsa's collection is arbitrary and unconstrained is dead wrong. >> how chose to white house justify this. >> the president's spy agencies are not just interested in communication to and from a terror target. they're interested in information about the target. so when that comes up in an e-mail send from an american to someone overseas it's fair game to symptom but it has to cross the border. it can't be an e-mail to someone else inside the country. "the new york times" says that nsa computers search nearly all cross-border text data for dewords and save e-mail or instant mess imagines so analysts can examine them. jay carny says anything not related to an investigation is deleted. >> the purpose of the program is to investigate and potentially prevent terr
lawsuits that have been filed on the nsa program. we have congress holding hearings yesterday finally saying, wait a minute, that's not the law i thought i signed including the author of the bill, mr. sensenbrenner. i find it rather troublesome when i find that that white house press be secretary, mr. carney, goes to such lengths to say he's not a human rights act visits, he's not a dissident, and he's not a whistleblower. well, who made him king of the human rights community, right? i think -- >> [inaudible conversations] >> excuse me, i can't let this stand without giving neil mcbride, who has criminally charged snowden -- >> that's why -- >> -- a chance to respond. >> i have to say, i think it's a bad message for us to send for people who decide to take the law into their own hands they're doing a public service. >> can i think when the system has not worked. we have sued seven times to try to get the surveillance program before a proper court. we were kicked out of court. the clapper v. amnesty international where the justice department lawyer said it was a cascade of speculation
database which is different than they nsa record and that pass them along to agents in the field. while this is perfectly acceptable, probably acceptable, to pass along the tips, what happens next raises questions. the agency has been instructed to create something called parallel construction. that is once they make a case, they act as if they never got the information. they might get a tip that a drug dealer will be in a certain place at a certain time. when an agent will follow a car and, they will make a pre textual traffic stop. they will find drugs inside but the only reason they need to follow the car is from the tip. the agents and the police and the field must recreate their investigative reports. they are supposed to leave out any trace that they got this tip from special operations. the problem with that say some critics is that that means the defendant will not have access to certain information that is part of their constitutional right to a fair trial. host: when it comes up in court, how is it explained by the agents? guest: the agent might be asked how this investigation
the nsa, coverage of the nsa program or to kind of obscure human intelligence, assets, and saying it was signals intelligence? >> sure, first to fran's point it's totally true this is one of many and one piece of information in a broad collection that the u.s. intelligence community has engaged in. this meeting was significant according to officials and reports in both "the new york times" and lots of other outlets because it was where the vague discussion of inpending attack was discussed and if you look at the embassy closings around the world it matches the people on the call. so you can sort of understand why the u.s. government took such a broad approach. as for it being motivations in taking the risk, i can't speak to that. some of them they take risks on. as far as some of the other reporters linking this to the nsa and know den and what have you, it's important to point out the programs disclosed by snowden are not related to this particular communication particularly intercepted. they are about collecting information, domestically and it's not really connected. so i think
are monitoring calls that that is okay with the nsa. you say three unnamed u.s. officials. as you know you come under criticism today. intelligence and national security reporter for the "l.a. times" say those officials want to help the nsa. >> first of all, i like him very much. he is a great reporter. i these were not authorized disclosures. they were following the report that reported the intercept. when you are dealing with intelligence bureaucracies there are these leaks and the press you know we all sort of cover things. and this, i think, our story was really prompted more by the initial disclosure and trying to get more resolution ont that. i would also add another important point here. the nsa programs that have become so controversial have nothing to do with any kind of intercepts and capabilities that would be in this particular case. i think they are two very distinct things. it is a testament i think to the capabilities of the u.s. intelligence community but i don't think this is any bearing on the particular controversial programs. >> thank you very much. pretty incredible reporti
were using you to either justify the nsa coverage of the nsa program or to kind of obscure human intelligence, assets and saying it was signals intelligence. >> sure. first to fran's point. it is true it is one of many threat streams and one piece of information in a broad mosaic of a collection that the u.s. intelligence community is engaged in on a regular basis but the meeting was significant according to officials and reports in the "new york times" mcclatchy and other outlets because it is where the vague discussion of impending attack was discussed. if you look at the embassy closings around this world it largely matches the people who were on the call according to to our reporting. you can understand why the u.s. government took a broad brush aproechl as for it being their motivations in taking the risk, i can't speak to that. i would say some communications they hold closely. some they take risk on. this seems to be a risk they didn't take as far as other reporters linking it to the nsa and snowden and what have you. it is important to point out the programs disclosed by
eight suspected al qaeda militants in yemen. we will talk to the former nsa director michael hayden about the nation's security as the president rallied the troops yesterday. >> here is what those who would cowardly attack our civilians don't get. the united states is never going to retreat from the world. we don't get terrorized. >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchell in washington where officials say they saw no utility in having the president meet with vladimire putin over eric snowden and the disagreements over removal of president assad, and so was this maybe lost in translation. >> this is my last election and after my election, i have more flexibility. >> i understand. >> former white house press secretary and msnbc contributor robert gibbs joins me now and you know the back story and you have been in the meetings, and what is the dynamic between president obama and vladimire putin. >> i don't think that the dynamic is particularly good or strong. you showed president medvedev who president obama had a very strong working relationship with, and quite frankly, i think that presiden
of vladimir putin. as for nsa leaker edward snowden, carney said the u.s. does want snowden back but it's not the highest priority of this administration. here's what karn he had to say. >> we had a lot of fish to fry, if you will, with the russians. we have a lot of issues to engage with the russians over. there and is two plus two ministerial meeting tomorrow here in washington and, you know, there will be a host of topics. so this is not the focus of our engage pent with russia but it is not something that we're dropping by any means. >> as to some of those programs that snowden apparently leaked, the "new york times" had a story out this morning that says that the united states might be sweeping up and sifting through more e-mails from people in the united states than what was previously acknowledged. carney said during the briefing that the nsa tries to keep that to a minute month. >> if joe schmo from cocoamoe wants to know if his e-mail is being read, what would you say? >> it's not being read. there are procedures in place, as i just described. i'm sure the nsa can explain to yo
a summit with russian president vladimir putin payback for giving asylum to nsa leaker edward snowden. we'll have more on the strained relations. plus, u.s. drones take out more suspected terrorists in yemen as the government there claims it has stopped planned attacks by al qaeda. we'll have the latest tonight on the "cbs evening news." that's at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. ,, ,, i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. to speak my language. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. quiero que me hagas sentir segura. i want you to be awesome. that's the doctor i want. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and thrive. i'm gonnhave to ask you to popower down your little word game. think your friends will understand. oh...no, it's actually my geico app.see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? fr the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside aistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a a little too good
putin. it was to be next month. he did it right after russia gave nsa leaker edward snowden asylum and tonight two of the most powerful leaders on the planet are shadow boxing as the world watches. here's abc's white house correspondent jonathan karl. >> reporter: the last time these two got together the body language spoke louder than their words, sometimes grimacing, never agreeing on much of anything. now a new low, not just for putin and obama, but for russia and the u.s. for the first time since the cold war, a u.s. president is cancelling a publicly announced meeting in russia. it's not just putin's decision to grant asylum to fugitive nsa leaker edward snowden. he has also defied the u.s. by selling heavy weapons to the syrian government as its accused of slaughtering its own people. the president vented about it last night with jay leno. >> there have been times where they slipped back into cold war thinking and a cold war mentality. what i say to president putin is, that's the past. >> putin seems to be like one of those old school kgb guys. >> he headed up the kgb. >> rep
putin, payback for giving asylum to n.s.a. leaker edward snowden. major garrett on the strained relations. u.s. drones take out more suspected terrorists in yemen as s e government there claims it has stopped planned attacks by al qaeda. bob orr has the latest. lalospora makes still more americans sick. dr. jon lapook reports the outbreak has exposed a gap in the technology needed to trace the source of dangerous diseases. and anthony mason with the man who had the right stuff to chronicle the civil rights movement. >> i was skinny, i was quick, i was fast. the cops couldn't catch me. . captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> o'donnell: good evening. scott is on assignment, i'm irah o'donnell. it's not a return to the cold br, but there is a distinct still tonight in relations between the united states and russia. sesident obama today scrapped plans for a one-on-one meeting gith president putin in moscow mxt month. the white house cited a lack of progress on critical issues. but the last straw was putin's decision
governments, domestic wiretaps, and a large database which is different than they nsa record and that pass them along to agents in the field. while this is perfectly acceptable, probably acceptable, to pass along the tips, what happens next raises questions. the agency has been instructed to create something called parallel construction. case,s once they make a they act as if they never got the information. they might get a tip that a drug dealer will be in a certain place at a certain time. agent will follow a car and, they will make a pre textual traffic stop. they will find drugs inside but the only reason they need to follow the car is from the tip. the agents and the police and the field must recreate their investigative reports. they are supposed to leave out any trace that they got this tip from special operations. the problem with that say some critics is that that means the defendant will not have access to certain information that is part of their constitutional right to a fair trial. host: when it comes up in court, how is it explained by the agents? the agent might be asked how
is all this sub at her final to distract us from the n.s.a. scandals. david gregory would not ask that tough a question on meed the press. >> good to jay for that, good on jay in the old slang. a president risks that sort of thing. when nixon went on, everything had to be cleared beforehand, and they threw out his charming people, i called them, that would go over questions and throw out press questions that he was not to be asked. not that nixon, i'm sorry, the great un indicted co-conspirator had anything to hide, god knows. >> well, and you were on his enemies list. >> well, i hate to disappoint you. i saw a copy of the alleged enemies list and although i didn't make it, i did one day have the shock of being met by a mysterious limousine in los angeles, the beginning of a mystery novel. a guy sits down beside me, i don't know who he is, they're taking me to a t.v. show supposedly, but then flips open a laptop, there's richard mill house nixon, h.r.haldeman in the-value office. this is from the nixon audiotapes. what is cavett, anyway, oh, he's the worst. it's on you tube, you c
a disgruntled electorate. voters are angry about everything from obamacare to benghazi to the nsa. here's more from the town hall meeting in maryland. >> if it's august it's town town hall season and some brave members of congress actually held them in 2013. >> when is this government going to come clean with the american people and tell us what this secret law says, how it's being secretly implemented and what it means to every person in this room? >> i am very, very worried about what the nsa is doing. >> we are going to find out the nsa was not complying with the law. i don't know about you, but i'm offended by the government knowing the record -- of having access to every person i have called. >> now they have all these embassies closed and they don't know what happened there. >> you haven't seen the end of benghazi or the irs investigation. no question. >> innocent people, if you will are getting slammed bi-partisan politics. >> let me ask you a question -- >> people will be losing their house. >> we heard discontent with what's going on with not taking care of the problems in this countr
's a duplicatic snub amid tensions over self-professed nsa leaker edward snowden. president obama still plans to attend the main g-20 summit. >>> and drama in the whitey bulger deliberations. jurors asked the judge a series of questions as they mulled the reputed mob boss' fate. prosecutors and bulger's attorneys, meanwhile, met privately with the judge. neither side would comment on what they were hashing out. >>> you have to see this next story. a bear in alaska found a much quicker way to find fish than swimming upstream. he saw a jet ski on the dock and, yeah, decided to climb aboard. who wouldn't. the local guide service snapped these photos. they believe the baby bear climbed aboard -- >> he's trying to start it. >> that would have been great video. he was trying to get closer to his mother who was sitting in the water. though he didn't take off in the jet ski it did make for quite a sight. can you imagine stumbling upon that? >> no. if he started putting the life jacket on, then i would have started being suspicious. >> driving off on the jet ski. >>> time for a look ahead. a spokesman
to nsa leaker edward snowden. a meeting between the u.s. and russian defense ministers is still scheduled for tomorrow. >>> this morning there are reports of another suspected u.s. drone strike in yemen. at least six suspected al qaeda members were killed according to local officials. it would be the third day in a row and the sixth such strike in less twan two weeks. yemen's government said yesterday it had foiled al qaeda plots to seize gas missiles. >>> president obama talked about the terrorism threat that forced the u.s. to temporarily shut 19 diplomatic posts during a visit to camp pendleton, california. he talked about the war on afghanistan and sexual assault in the military. bigad shaban reports. >> reporter: nearly 3,000 marines cheered president obama. as he took the stage at camp pendleton. president obama discussed the shutting of 29 diplomatic posts this week. >> the united states is never going to retreat from the world. we don't get terrorized. >> reporter: but the crowd grew silent when the president touched on sexual abuse within the military. >> we're going to work toge
to grant nsa leaker edward snowden temporarily asylum may have been the last draw. >> for putin his image is super power. what's the message when president obama spends a day and a half with the president of china and then says it doesn't make sense for me to go to moscow. >> the u.s. and russia have not been seeing eye to eye on a host of issues, including syria, missile defense and human rights. president obama's top national security advisors said one on one level talks would not be productive. >> we were not at the point in our progress on a number of these issues where a summit at the presidential level was the most constructive step. >> the obama administration says this is not a break in u.s. and russia relations. talks will continue just not at a presidential level. on friday john kerry and chuck hagel with meet with their russian counter parts. >>> a huge fire at a airport in nairobi kenya is stranding does dozens of marylanders >> reporter: 10 volunteers were on their way to the airport to come home when the massive fire broke out. the flames and smoke destroyed most of the inte
obama is cancelling his meeting with russia's president putin over tensions becausest n.s.a. leaker edward snowden. >> john: yes, that is clearly the only reason. it's-- it's always a good idea to pad out with what you really want to say with self-righteous human rights stuff like, "kimberly, we need a break. i don't like your stance on chine and tibetan monks and your boobs are weirding me out." if we want snowden back all we need to do is convince vladimir putin that snowden is gay. that away wayhe'llob a plane into u.s. custody faster than a definitely not homoerotic team of elastic clad men. that quick. actually, russia is not only global leadership story we're dealing with tonight which brins us to our new segment... indeed. now, we've already dealt with russia, so let's see where our magical dploab will take us next egypt! egypt. i just lift egypt. i'm not-- i'm not used to guns. ( laughter ) as the situation in egypt continues to devolve, the u.s. like a polar bear on a hastily melting glackier is trying to act like everything's still cool. ( laughter ) a couple of weeks ago,
surveillance programs of the nsa. >> i hadhe programs reviewed and we put in additional safeguards to make sure there is federal court oversight as well as congressional oversight, that there is no spying on americans. >> reporter: even top democrats have previously questioned whether that oversight is real. >> it is not possible for the congress to do the kind of vigorous oversight that the president spoke about if you can't get straight answers. >> reporter:emocrat ron wyden was referring to this cropper, the director of national intelligence. >> says the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> it does not? >> not wittingly. >> reporter: while acknowledging the public should be skeptical, the president stressed privacy is protected. >> out of theevelations show that the government has abused these powers. >> reporter: get key lawmakers insisted they don't have enough of permission to verify the climb. >> members or not really aware on the whole about what these programs are being used for. the extent to which there were being used.
with a healthy amount of fear around the world. so please. >> last week the nsa said they in fact have records of all phone calls and the fbi said they can look into your web browser, turn on the camera on your phone. >> that explains a lot. >> we're getting two different signals. thoughts? >> i thought president obama was incredibly reasonable last night when discussing the nsa and i think if you replaced him with george bush, nobody would be complaining. george bush would have said the same. >> not on jay leno. >> you act like a hypocrite, you condemn him because it came out of his mouth. having said that, there's an overwhelming amount of chaos inside and outside this country. president obama takes on the role of a calm pilot, weaving the plane through the storm. the problem is his policies. you can argue about being on jay leno. that's not the problem, the problem is he should be doing something about bigger issues like joblessness, which is a fact that he is not at all engaged in the fracking issue which would do a lot to reduce strife in the middle east, lower the four buck, five gallon
care to benghazi to the nsa. we have a report from a town hall meeting in maryland. >> if it's august it's town hall season and brave members of congress held them in 2013. >> secretly and confident and implemented. every person in this room. >>. >> i am very, very worried about what the nsa is doing. we are going to find out they were not complying with the law. i'm offended by the government knowing the record of every person of having access to every person i called. >> they still don't know. >> you have not seen the end of that investigation. >> there people, if you will, who are getting slammed by the politics. >> the people are going to be losing and you can't pay your bills. >> we heart discontent of what's going on with not taking care of the problems. you heard a lot of criticism of the president here. you heard about the issues and people who were worry and frustrated and seeing an economy who is not recovers and a president who is sitting on the side lines. they were fiddling. >> we did not see they effectively represented. as the voice of the house representatives, he can
in russia. the president is upset that russian officials granted asylum to nsa leaker edward snowden. >> i was disappointed because, you know, even though we don't have an extradition treaty with them, traditionally we have tried to respect if there is a law breaker or an alleged law breaker in their country. we evaluate it and we try to work with them. they didn't do that with us. and in some ways it's reflective of some underlying challenges that we have had with russia lately. >> laura: joining us now from grand rapids, michigan is republican congressman justin amash who says snowden should be treated as a whistleblower. and congressman, great to see you. first, before we get into the snowden whistle blower brand, let's talk about what the president said. he said that there is not a domestic spying program in place last night on leno. was he telling the truth in your estimation? >> well, thanks for having me on, laura. i would say that it was highly misleading. there is a program that the director of national intelligence has declassified. they have revealed it that collects the phone r
that they recreated investigations to hide leads they got from the nsa. a new roiters report says the irs is involved, too. it has one of two dozen arguments part of the special operations. they take sensitive information and turns it into usable tips and leads. it was publishd in a manual used by irs agents. edward snowden says russian president vladmir putin will not cave to president obama. >> he has stood firm against intense pressure from our government. i have to believe he had continue to stand firm. >> speaking of pressure that is mounting on russia to ex draw tig -- extradite snowden to the united states. is the president being hypocritical? remember when he said this? >> the notion somehow not talking to countrys is punishment to them which has been the guiding diplomatic principle of this administration is ridiculous. a oo he will be in saint peters burg but doesn't plan to meet one-on-one with putin. >> looking into the disappearance of a criminal investigator. sandra cope was last seen by her teenaged daughter who says cope went to follow up on a lead on a stolen dog. >> she may have met
the cold shoulder to get back at him for harboring n.s.a. leaker edward snowden. is that the right call or wrong one? >>steve: a 13-year-old white boy brutally beaten by african-american teens. why are civil rights leaders like al sharpton and jesse jackson silent? we'll report, you decide. >> we have a winner. three winners actually. are you one of them. we'll tell you where the winning powerball tickets were sold which is on "fox & friends," and we begin right now. ♪ ♪ >>gretchen: i'm surprised you're at work today, steve. two tickets in jersey. you have to be one of them. >>steve: when i got up this morning and heard the news there were two in new jersey, i immediately pulled it out. ladies and gentlemen, i hold in my hand a losing ticket. there are also a whole bunch of million-dollar winners and some people won hundreds of dollars. so i'm going to be watching in a second because heather has the numbers and i could actually be a winner, a small winner, but a winner. >>gretchen: how about you, ian? didn't win? one of those is from minnesota. if i get a call from a family member.
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